The state Dem Party had a nearly 6-to-1 advantage for cash on hand over the Republican Party of Wisconsin at the end of June, according to a WisPolitics.com review of state and federal campaign finance reports.
Of the nearly $6.8 million the Dem Party reported, $4.7 million was in its federal account.
Meanwhile, the state GOP reported just over $1.2 million with more than $1 million of that in its federal account.
The disparity between the two parties for cash on hand in their federal accounts has lessened since the post-general election reports. Those reports showed the Dem Party with $8.8 mi...